The Talk.Origins Archive: Exploring the Creation/Evolution Controversy

Feedback Archive for 1996

May 1996
The University of Ediacara and its preponderence of people named Chris. Carl Baugh and his mysterious fossil finger. Radioactive decay. NBC and the Mysterious Origins of Man.

June 1996
The synthesis of life. What happens to you when you die. Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics. Bias in the Talk.Origins Archive. The archive's policy on author credentials. What the archive's usage statistics mean.

July 1996
Links to creationist sites. Is evolution a fact or is it a theory? Jury-rigged designs that may not be so jury-rigged. Creationism in Ukraine. Bombardier beetles and the impossibility of evolution.

August 1996
Polonium haloes. Haldane's Dilemma. Creationist Duane Gish's credentials. Why creationists prefer to attack evolution rather than defend creationism. Global and local floods. Dust on the moon and its implications for the age of the earth. The second law of thermodynamics (again). How scientists determine the age of the universe and the Earth. Bias in science. The compatibility of faith and science. Buying a "Darwin Fish" for your car.

September 1996
The falsifiability of evolution. The age of the earth. Where are all the posts of the month? The Big Bang. Changes in the fundamental constants of nature. The fact and theory of evolution. The veracity of creationist Walter Brown. Bombardier beetles, yet again. The close-minded Talk.Origins Archive. The origin of upright walking in humans.

October 1996
Evolution as progress. The role of mutation in evolution. More thermodynamics. The probability of evolution. UFOs as demon invaders. The literalness of the Great Flood. The compatibility of evolution and faith. Who runs

November 1996
Abiogenesis (life from non-life). The changing history of life. Papal epiphany? Creationists doing good science. This archive's attacks on God. Are humans still evolving? Evolutionary vendettas against creationists. The provability of evolution. The origin of the universe. Engineers and creationism. Theropods with feathers.

December 1996
The archive's attacks on God. A higher level of debate? Antarctica and Atlantis. The antisocial implications of evolution. Why not leave creationism alone? Changes in the speed of light. Recent Homo erectus news. Irreducible mousetraps. Questions about fossil hominids.

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